Aaron Samuel Says Guangzhou R&F Hardwork Has Paid Off

Published: August 13, 2014
Aaron Samuel Says Guangzhou R&F Hardwork Has Paid OffSpeaking after Guangzhou R&F’s win over Beijing Guoan on Wednesday, young Nigerian striker Aaron Samuel says he has no objection with the decision of manager Sven-Göran Eriksson to start him from the bench in recent matches.

The former Sarpsborg 08 ace netted his second goal for his new Chinese club in their 3 - 1 success against Beijing Guoan.

“I think my coming off the bench is the tactical choice of the coach and it must be respected. We won the game because we worked so hard and not that the opponents were not good.

As for my goal, I got the ball from the middle and I ran with it. I dribbled the first defender and shot from 10 yards, ” says Aaron Samuel to allnigeriasoccer.com.

The 20 - year - old’s other goal in the Chinese topflight was against Liaoning Whowin on July 31.

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